Nepal's Department of Archaeology (DoA) and Lumbini Development Trust (LDT) in unison are trying to ascertain whether Lumbini-based Devdaha was the maternal home of Gautam Buddha. As many of you already know, no artifacts have ever been discovered to solidify the claim that Devdaha was the maternal home of Buddha.
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